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. >> that question plays out tonight in freeport, illinois. >> everybody should play by the same rules. >> sensata workers have played by the rules for years. helped the company become hugely profitable. and now they will pay the price. 170 families will now have to find work, health care, and retirement security someplace else. we'll show you the local impact and how republican economic policy has devastated the middle class all across the country. and the economic stakes in this election play out in freeport, illinois. the sensata plant is ground zero in the economic differences between governor romney and president obama. >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show." great to have you with us tonight. from freeport, illinois. tonight we are in the belly of the beast of mitt romney's economy. the story of the romney economy can be told with 200 jobs here in this small town of illinois, freeport. now, it's important to know, i think how all of this happened. we're going to tell that story tonight. it's important to understand the plea coming from the community to stop it. this is your ne
evening, americans, and welcome to "the ed show" live from freeport, illinois. across the street there's a company that made $500 million net profit last year, but that wasn't enough. they want more. so they shipped the jobs to china. i don't like mitt romney's economic model, and neither should you. this is "the ed show." let's get to work. >>> the question is, what kind of vision do you have for this country? >> is it mitt romney's vision or greed and wealth? or president obama's vision for a level playing field? >> mitt romney's some towns don't count tour, because freeport didn't count. >> that question plays out tonight in freeport, illinois. >> everybody should play by the same rules. >> sensata workers have played by the rules for years. helped the company become hugely profitable. and now they will pay the price. 170 families will now have to find work, health care, and retirement security someplace else. we'll show you the local impact and how republican economic policy has devastated the middle class all across the country. and the economic stakes in this election play out in
state public employees pensions bleeding illinois dry. their governor crying for help. would a second obama ter term ma bail out for illinois? we take a look. >> president headlines vegas as he prepares for the first presidential debate. >> you may have heard, in a few days my opponent in this elect, and i are having a debate, i am looking forward to it. it. i. lou: ed klein author of best selling book, the amateur, on the obama administration, here next. ally bank. why they're always there to talk. i love you, james. don't you love me? i'm a robot. i know. i know you're a robot! but there's more in you than just circuits and wires! uhhh. (cries) a machine can't give you what a person can. that's why ally has knowledgeable people there for you, night and day. that's why ally has knally bank.e people your money needs an ally. lou: the president holed up in las vegas prepatiencing for thk- preparing for first debate on wednesday. what is going on with this campaign team? on wall street first, stocks kicking off with modest games, dow industrials up 78, and s&p rose 4, and nazdaq fell 3,
for the 69-acre pier 70 site located near the intersection of 20th and illinois streets. >> thank you. >> deputy director of planning and development i have it as cuing up the powerpoint. let me take this moment to just explain how we are going to present this information. we will give you a little bit of history on the pier 70 as well as going through the plan itself. focus in on the key developments that we are working on and introduce the team that is going to be working on pier 70 or is working on pier 7 and talk a little bit about next steps. so just to remind you where pier 70 is located just south of mission bay you can see from this graphic. just along the water just south of mission bay and just before the trail, now closed power plant. just a little bit of history on pier 70. we began the... when it is plan was aproveds if 1997 and the plan included pier 70 and within the pier 70 plan, the 69 acre theres was a 12-acre opportunity site that was included in that original plan. this shows earlier was a 1990s view and you can see in the mission bay area how little development th
illinois street, south of 20th street and also includes irish hill. and the crank area is where the crank park would be located but it also includes, 3 or so acres of development land of both along illinois street, north of 20th street and then land just north of of the historic quarter buildings along 20th street. >> lastly, there is a historic core which features the two historic resources for the pier 70 facility in this plan. >> so, these subareas basically constitute the beginning of the phasing and the process for pier 70. so, we are going to talk a lit about a few things that we were able to move forward with, during this process and talk specifically about these five subareas. we are initiated the development process, even while the planning was going on, because we were able to apply for... we were able to obtain the funds to build the first park as the 2008 park bonds. we also began a planning process with bae, specifically related to the ship repair area and the bax, to develop a master plan for their areas while we were developing the plan for the larger pier 70 area. >> and t
is not romney's achilles' heel the truth is. illinois governor pat quinn is joining us to talk about the debate and much more. that's next. we will be right back. current tv presents special event coverage of the presidential debate. with unrivaled analysis and commentary. >> you're going to hear that used as a major talking point. (vo) the only network with real-time reaction straight from the campaigns and from viewers like you. >> now that's politially direct. >>start the night with a special live edition of "talking liberally with stephanie miller" at 7 eastern. only on current tv. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> jennifer: there is news tonight on a story we've been covering here on "the war room" that concerns the layoffs at a plant in illinois. the bain-owned company that is planning to ship 170 jobs to china. workers at that plant who actually italy have been forced to train their chinese replacements, they've been appeal to go mitt romney tober convenient, and--tober--to intervene and so far he hasn't. they've received their severance panel, and it has become central to this campaign. las
is playing out right now in illinois. >> the only motivation is they want more money. >> since auto workers are in new york protesting the republican nominee, tonight my interview with a worker. >>> good to have you with us. thanks for watching. the uproar over president obama's debate performance has subsided. we are back to square one. tomorrow might be one of the most important dates on the calendar. the polls show the race is dead even once again. president obama has maintained his lead in several key swing states like ohio and nevada. the numbers have stabilized. but all the attention turns to the town hall-style debate tomorrow night. the obama campaign launched a new ad to define the president's message in the home stretch. >> every president inherits challenges. few have faced so many. four years later our enemies have been brought to justice. our heroes are coming home. assembly lines are humming again. there are still challenges to meet, children to educate, a middle class to rebuild, but the last thing we should do is turn back now. >> i'm barack obama and i approve this message.
, took some pictures of the buggies and the amish life- here we're in the area of illinois- just to get some of the feel for it. so if we could, let's go to the roll-in on the amish. >> this is definitely not your father's oldsmobile. the sticker price on this baby will set you back more than a few bucks, back, well, a few hundred years and about 7,000 miles way to reformation europe, where we find the roots of the old amish. today we're in arthur, illinois, talking to the old amish, trying to understand their lifestyle. now in class, the most important subject that we've been dealing with lately has been doctrine- the power of doctrine, the function of doctrine. why would anyone want to drive a horse and buggy when they can drive this shiny new american car? well, certainly, the horse and buggy gets better gas mileage- i understand it runs on one bale of unleaded hay. but there's a much more important reason why this is. that has to do with the fact that doctrines mean such a great importance to the amish. of the many contributions that come from the protestant reformation, a unique on
. smith only found in for a few minutes. smith was expelled from the illinois house after being indicted but remains on the ballot if convicted of bribery he could get 20 years in prison. stay with us for updates on all of the races leading up to election day. you can fall was on >> temperatures dropped as much as 25 degrees in one hour and a half we are 30 degrees off the day's high going into a mid november spell of whether subnormal temperatures, coolest in six months coming into a monster storm forming on the east coast. >> what dna testing has confirmed about a woman's son who for years was considered one of john wayne gacy is victims. ar 's victims. >> father and his four year-old son were discovered dead inside their home. >> york phil police received a request for a well being checked yesterday afternoon at a home when officers arrived they found a man and his son dead inside the groszarage, kendall county coroner tells the chicago tribune there were no signs of trauma to the body and the homeless locked when officers arrived, he said the suv parked i
who plans to protest outside walmart headquarters today. then to freeport, illinois, the, the protest encampment bainport. police have arrested three people for blocking the removal of equipment from the sensata plant to protest a plan by mitt romney's former company bain capital to close the factory and ship their jobs to china. >> i am here because people that have their livelihoods, have raised their families, they have worked at their jobs and put in long hours and hard hours, they are losing them to communist china. romney, who benefits from bain capital, he does not seem to think there is any correlation at all. i just believe in their cause prix de >> as millions of americans by the new iphone5, we look at why thousands of chinese workers at a key plant walked off the job last week. all that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!,", the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. we are broadcasting from the capital of new mexico in santa fe. polls continue to show a narrowing presidential race after a widely by president obama over the past month. or reuters d
. the candidate running for illinois's 12th district congressional seat recently took part in a debate. bill enyart, jason plummer, and paula bradshaw are fighting for the seat. the cook political report gives this race a great of a tossup. >> a debate between the candidates for the illinois 12th house district, presented in partnership with -- >> good evening and welcome to the second of three formal debates by the candidates running for congress in illinois, u.s. house district to the candidates are paula bradshaw, the green party candidate. bill enyart, a democrat from belleville. [applause] and then jason plummer, republican candidate from o'fallon. the candidates will be questioned by gary from the southern illinois newspaper. i will be your moderator for tonight. we begin with a two minute opening statement from each of our candidates, the order which was determined by a drawing by the candidates before the debate. paula bradshaw will have the first opening statement. >> hello, our country is under siege. our industrial cities the but they have been bombed, complete with shocked refuge
>> tree removal and clean-up... >> the 8th-congressional district election here in illinois... is one of the most heated and expensive congressional races in the country. tea party incumbent republican congressman joe walsh is being challenged by democrat tammy duckworth. they and others were on the campaign trail today. appearing in elmhurst this morning... walsh said he's not only running against duckworth... but other illinois democratic politicians who he said drew new boundaries for the congressional district to get him out of office. >> i knew it would be difficult . i am running against very powerful people. >> walsh made no reference to a report in the sun-times today... saying one super-pac which had been helping him will no longer spend any money on his behalf because of a recent wgn-tv - chicago tribune poll... showing duckworth ten points ahead of him. the pac called "now or never" was going to spend another two and a half million for walsh on political advertising... but says it will now spend that money on other candidates around the country. meanwhile, duckworth and
. the future of high-speed rail in illinois, we will have a report coming up. >> we have had showers with sleet mixted but that storm has been around here for three days now, we are about ready to move into a much warmer air later in the weekend and next week, it will be like mid september rather than late october. and we have some rain in the forecast as well, it the fullbothell bothell [ female announcer ] over the years your mouth has sipped snacked ...yellowed... lived loved, ...yellowed... chatted, chewed ...yellowed. and over all those years, your teeth...have yellowed. fact is if you're not whitening you're yellowing. crest 3d white whitestrips remove over ten years of stains by going below the enamel surface. and, they whiten 25 times better than a leading whitening toothpaste. crest whitestrips. life opens up when you do. what we want to do today show the people of illinois a and america what we can do right here in the midwest. illinois politicians are showing the rest of the country what illinois can do with high-speed rail.
last night, in illinois it is about the little things, like the state going bankrupt, and chicago becoming the murder capital of america. we'll talk about the little things. >> and violent crime on the rise across the country, in president's hometown, chicago. the murder capital of america. the town hall debate on long island. not much talk about who won it. more about the moderator, format and whether or not there was a winner at all, the a-team is here with their take on the debate. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ rch one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. lou: my next guest first gained national attention after her rant on obamacare went viral, a remarkable woman, a long list of cop accomplishments. perhaps none more remarkable than what she is trying to do now, become a republican elected official in the state of illinois. welcome back to illinois sta
. on the southside, sean lewis wgn news. the more that gambling is allowed in illinois, the less people seem to like it. next, the results of an exclusive w-g-n-t-v chicago tribune poll. from the stratosphere to solid ground, and he landed on his feet. a record setting jump above new mexico. break hi. ooh, that's so... i know what you're thinking. it's a hot white number, but what a hassle to care for! but i'm not worried... i use tide vivid detergent and boost. they keep my whites looking like new wash after wash. that's my tide. [ female announcer ] over the years your mouth has sipped, snacked, ...yellowed... lived, loved, ...yellowed... chatted, chewed ...yellowed. and over all those years, your teeth...have yellowed. fact is if you're not whitening you're yellowing. crest 3d white whitestrips remove over ten years of stains by going below the enamel surface. and, they whiten 25 times better than a leading whitening toothpaste. crest whitestrips. life opens up when you do. initiative is shrinking. political reporter joins us now with the
. early voting begins monday at designated sites across illinois. any registered voter can vote early in, do not need a special reason why. you do need to present a government issued photograph identification if you plan to vote early. early voting in illinois continues through saturday november 3rd >> the final presidential debate is monday night. both candidates will square off in florida with a new agenda >> the last presidential debate will focus on foreign policy. former presidential candidatesbill richardson, a democrat, and newt gingrich, a republican who ran in this year's primaries, disagreed over whether president obama or mitt romney has more leverage on the topic. i think the president has a very strong record in foreign policy. he went after bin laden. he decimated al qaeda. he has restored our alliances. first of all, governor romney lived overseas for several years as a missionary, worked in international business for many many years, was governor of massachusetts, dealt with the entire world in helping rebuild the winter olympics and literally had virtually every c
of 48 local churches. weiler's relatives in illinois say there is a history of mental illness in the family. both his parents committed suicide and his sister remains hospitalized for mental illness. the search is on for more clues in the drowning death of a northwestern university student. evanston police canvassed the area -- knocking on doors -- between two-thousand ridge avenue and wilmette harbor. they believe harsha maddula walked from a party on ridge to the harbor after leaving the gathering on septmeber 22nd. it's a distance of about two miles. several days later, his body was discovered in the harbor. but neighbors say it will be tough to remember anything out of the ordinary that night. >> music was loud... people coming in and out... >> police say a friend called him around 1230 that night and he said he was in his room... the tower information shows a already at the harbor... his family insists he would not have committed suicide >> the two men who died in a small plane crash in gary this past week are now identified. the lake county coroner's office says they
the people in and around illinois sports authority of the best sports professionals. the seven member board was supposed oppose candidates monday. back to the mayor and his big plans in the works for chicago second shoreline, the river. robert jordan has a look at those plants. i talked about making the chicago river the next recreational frontier of this city. >> there are portions of the chicago river wall that have already been built out but there are also vast stretches of the river that are vacant or without a sidewalk. residents who live along the river are pleased to hear about the revitalization. it's very exciting and i would welcome it. >> for me would be really nice to be able to get off of main street with the noise and cars. the plans for a continuous walkway include a spacious domes that artists conceptualize as being family friendly for boats restaurants and businesses. with the marina area city as a draw voters into kayakers will be able to enjoy a special area designated as a cold but over all future plans call for the length of the river area from like michigan to lake
of illinois. the authors utilize fbi phone transcripts to examine the former governor's actions that led to his impeachment. this is about an hour. [applause] >> well, hi. i'm sure everybody can hear me, but i'll scoot closer. thanks very much for having us out. we appreciate the book stall bringing us in. most people don't realize it's actually the last bookstore in the northern suburbs of chicago. that's actually joke. [laughter] but we're really happy to be here. this is, actually, our first signing event for this project, so it means a lot to have people out, and, um, to hear about the work. so, um, and thanks for the introduction, sarah -- >> she's left. >> in the back. by way of background, that's where this begins for us is john was more on the political side with the paper since the late '90s, i was on kind of a crime beat at first and then i moved to 26th street which is the criminal courthouse in chicago and from there to federal court. and our careers sort of merged, not surprisingly, around rod blagojevich sometime after '02, '03, in that range, and certainly by '05, '06. so
. including illinois, where he'll make history. good afternoon. i'm dina bair. and i'm tonya francisco in for steve sanders. we welcome our viewers who are watching us around the country on wgn america and on the web. the president will travel from the airport to hear and then back. the president will not have to wait in line like a saw forming before the doors opened. the first lady of voted already. the schedule shows you the casting his ballot. he is doing sell among old neighbors. the president would have campaigned today. mr. romney spent yesterday traveling to colorado. governor romney will be an ohio both today and tomorrow. both are looking for the undecided. the president needs to rally. his enthusiasm is nowhere near that of four years ago. >> i hope everyone else is ready to fly the him. >> this is too important. the momentum is high. the momentum is up. i'm excited. the president will travel to a campaign even this evening in cleveland before returning very late tonight to the white house. >>mitt romney campaigns in cincinnatti, ohio today. this crucial battleground sta
on support in illinois. in a new tribune wgn-tv poll 55 percent of illinois voters are going with president obama. 36 percent are for mitt romney. five percent are still undecided. but the support shifts to romney when it comes to downstate voters. romney has 46 percent of the vote, and the president only has 41 percent. another question in the poll asked illinois voters which candidate cares more about people like you. president obama wins here with 56 percent of the vote. we'll be streaming tonight's vice presidential debate live on wgn t-v dot-com, and tweeting about it with hashtag wgn 20-12. then join us on the wgn news at nine, for a debate wrap and analysis. the city is tapping into chicago's online community. seeking solutions to chicago's illegal gun problem. wgn's randi belisomo reports police superintendent garry mccarthy and others are exploring some of those innovative ideas. police superintendent was a speaker at this morning's events. they launched a twitter handle. seeking strategy is to tackle the illegal gun issue. mccarthy had some ideas of his own. he first wish to addr
for reelection. he has not been campaigning. early voting is underway in illinois with chicago-area election officials predicting a record number of ballots will be cast before the november 6th election day. in addition to early polling they're also predicting a strong surge in voting by mail an option state law has made more convenient since the last general election in 2008. this year early voting will run through november 3rd. the saturday before election day. people wishing to vote early must present government-issued identification something that's not required on election day. chicago has early voting centers in each of the city's 50 wards. a new wall street journal poll shows the presidential race is a tie. nationally, both candidates have 47 percent support. among women, president obama leads 51 to 43 percent, which is the smallest lead the president has had this year. and here's a look at an estimate of electoral college votes from "real clear politics dot com". it shows the president can expect 201 votes from states that are expected to go his way. romney has 206. but there are 131
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romney won the debate. the two candidates for the illinois' eighth congressional district meet tonight in another debate. republican joe walsh and democrat tammy duckworth will debate at seven o'clock at the meadows club in rolling meadows. the event is open to eighth district residents. duckworth has accused walsh of being a right-wing extremist. walsh says duckworth is a tax- and-spend liberal. the eighth district was recently redrawn to favor the democrats. time is running out to register for next month's election. to handle a last-minute rush of registrations. the chicago board of elections at 69 west washington is open today until midnight. your form must be filled out and signed in ink and can't be submitted by email or fax. and if you mail in your registration. it must be postmarked by today. you can still register after today but you'll have to go to the office in person and cast your ballot during the same visit. a daredevil will have to wait a few more hours before making attempting to break the speed of sound. due to wind conditions felix baumgartner's plan to jump from a b
knew. john till then has steadied the illinois teachers' union. i assume they are up to speed? >> it is a great irony of the again ceiling. people don't like that if the teacher is below par. but parents want to identify those teachers who are exceptional to be rewarded with merit pay. they want everybody -- everybody to be treated the same. >> they are spending 13,000 per student inchicago. >> exceptional teachers ake those four kids would be greatly rewarded. but with the strike we just had they were fighting for the lack of accountability. they don't want to be held accountable. there was no apparent present at the negotiating table. john: most parents want to do the right thing. the average wage is 40,000 chicago teachers? >> 71,000 according to the union anthe school district says 76,009 including pension closer at 90% which is more than our tax -- architects or nurses. >> we have the shortest school day and a few lt ness met minutes. >> they say they are overworked. >> a child k-12 will get about three years less destruction that is why the teachers who are so ell paid p
about the overall illinois numbers but we know most likely he is in the lead however downstate, the fact is we know that obama is more than likely to win this stage they really haven't moved since the last poll in february. when you go deeper into the numbers this is a big contested state for congress the house democrats want to get 25 internationally to regain control they look at illinois as a pathway through it but we start looking down state for example support for rana among downstate voters was 46- 41. now you have this issue of three verily heavily competitive seats downstage one with a freshman republican that is in the quad city won in central illinois that was a republican seat but an incumbent quit and then you have a democratic incumbent retired. when you look at where these numbers are for example you go from the issue of just over all who to vote for it and then you start looking at what you think of the president's handling of the jobs into the economy. you have a before and after so to speak on how the president and mr. romney compare with jobs. when you look at two years
. joining us now, ceo of the illinois policy institute. john, you're in illinois, the worst offender when it comes to unfunded liabilities, $167 billion worth of unfunded liabilities. with 28% of the system is actually funded, how can you get into such a mess? >> too much spending, not enough self-control and the unions really run the show and tell the politicians what to do and the politicians are very reluctant to say no to them. the bad news is politicians are trying to get out of this by having the rest of the country bail out the rest of the state spending out of the problem and we are trying to stop that. ashley: it is all across the country the democratic governor of illinois suggested the federal government bail out the pension programs and then backtracked. what kind of balash did he suffer because of that suggestion? >> he has been very unhappy with his project because we reported the truth that he is backtracked from it but still refuses to explicitly repudiate the policy not only will they not seek or address, move on to california. very responsible relatively speaking. ashley
in illinois. with unrivaled analysis and commentary. >> you're going to hear that used as a major talking point. (vo) the only network with real-time reaction straight from the campaigns and from viewers like you. >> now that's politially direct. >>start the night with a special live edition of "talking liberally with stephanie miller" at 7 eastern. only on current tv. uh, i'm in a timeout because apparently riding the dog like it's a small horse is frowned upon in this establishment! luckily though, ya know, i conceal this bad boy underneath my blanket just so i can get on e-trade. check my investment portfolio, research stocks... wait, why are you taking... oh, i see...solitary. just a man and his thoughts. and a smartphone... with an e-trade app. ♪ nobody knows... ♪ [ male announcer ] e-trade. investing unleashed. >> jennifer: there's news tonight on a story we have been covering here in "the war room." it certains the layoffs at the sensata company. workers who have been forced to train their chinese replacements have been appeals to mitt romney to intervene, but so fa
political reporter for the des moines register in why and he now works for southern illinois university. steven craig is political science professor at the university of florida. larry sabato runs the university of politics a it the university of virginia. thank you for being here. first, start with you, david, in iowa. the real clear politics average of the latest polls has president obama up 2 points. it looks like it's closing there. what is the situation on the ground? >> closer than two points. obama is narrowly ahead and romney is closing. republicans are doing better job on absentee ballots than before. democrats always dade good job on that. that is why romney is closing. this race feels like 2000, 2004. gore won by four votes per press cinct. president bush in 2004 won by ten votes per precinct. this is ground game. tv is music now. not having impact. it's who will get out the last few people to go vote. >> bret:stei steven, in florida, the real clear average of latest polls have romney up three points over president obama. it seems in recent days the state has been trending re
illinois. billions of dollars in debt, lowest credit rating of any state in the nation, a report that says higher taxes needed to fix the problem in an illinois? could a federal bailout be far behind? that will come up at 10:45 this morning. a modest bounce after some losses. thursday morning here is the company, sandra smith is with us, david asman is with us the next hour. always on the floor of the stock exchange. microsoft as we speak unveiling windows 8. big deal. where the stock? nicole: we have been waiting for it, as a shareholder. the stock slightly to the upside. this is the day they begin to make the announcements pertaining to windows 8. you walk in and make a purchase, 1/3 of 1%. introducing as the pc tablet launching 10,000 applications and the ceo saying we are in on this. stuart: i should point out tomorrow with the tablet, the first computer comes out, windows 8 today and the windows 8 phone operating system, all of them out this week. 37 years of history. what say you? nicole: they are all in on this. is going to rollout in pieces. over the next month or so, it will be fu
government's purchase of an illinois prison prompting fears that terrorists from gitmo could be headed to oichlt soil. new pink lemonade 5-hour energy? 5-hour energy supports the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. so i can get the energized feeling i need and support a great cause? i'm sold. pink lemonade 5-hour energy? yeah and a portion of every sale goes to the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. i'm sold. new pink lemonade 5-hour energy. get the alert, energized feeling you need and support breast cancer research and access to care. humans -- even when we cross our t's and dot our i's, we still run into problems. namely, other humans. which is why, at liberty mutual insurance, auto policies come with new car replacement and accident forgiveness if you qualify. see what else mes standard at liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? >> good morning and welcome back. it is now 5:23 on the east coast. 127,000 new cases of skin cancer caused by indoor tanning. british study found people who use tanning beds are 67 percent
eastabrook in maple park, illinois. still ahead, i'll tell you how extreme weather this year is wreaking havoc on agri-tourism. >> susie: more trouble on the horizon for the global economy. the international monetary fund says risks for a serious global slowdown are "alarmingly high." the international lender of last resort today cut its growth outlook for the world's economy. it now sees the global economy expanding by 3.3% this year and 3.6% next year. that down slightly fm its july forecast. the u.s. federal reserve is also cautious about the economy. it sees risks to growth over the short term, but minutes from its latest policy meeting show fed officials are still optimistic about the long haul. and on wall street today, worries about the coming flood of corporate earnings-- the dow lost 110 points, the nasdaq dropped 47, the s&p was off 14.5%. that sell-off comes on the five- year anniversary of all-time highs for the dow and s&p 500. after a crazy ride in which th averages lost half their value, today, they're within striking distance of those magic numbers. suzanne pratt takes a
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